One of the strange feeling travelling as an American is-the highlighted sense of American-ness. Any accent you choose, to guess where you are from like California, Texas, or Georgia, there is no need to explain where the Miami is. It would be enough for you to tell that you are from the most popular country in the world....
Even though Walla Walla is most notable for being Washington state’s wine region, there are many more things to do in Walla Walla than just wine tasting. Yes, Walla Walla has the highest concentration of wineries in all of Washington state and people from all over the nation flock to this area for a weekend of vineyard and...
The St. Joan of Arc Chapel is a Roman Catholic chapel located on the campus of Marquette University in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. It was dedicated to St. Joan of Arc on 26th May 1966 after it had been moved from its previous location on Long Island in New York.Originally named "Chapelle de St. Martin de Seyssuel", the...
Fish fries are very common in the Midwest but it is an especially strong tradition in Wisconsin. The Friday night fish fry happens year-round at many non-chain restaurants and taverns across the state and typically involves beer battered cod, perch, bluegill or walleye. The tradition began because Wisconsin was settled heavily by Catholics of German, Polish, and other...
Coral Gables is known for its tree-lined boulevards, ivy-covered mansions, and historical landmarks such as the world-famous Biltmore Hotel and the Venetian Pool, both built in the 1920s. Because Coral Gables is located adjacent to Miami, it is an easy day trip to come over and explore this beautiful neighborhood. However, for the ultimate luxury experience for your...